The Secret Jewish History of Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick, director of “Dr. Strangelove,” “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “Lolita” is the subject of a new exhibit in San Francisco, which explores his Jewish roots and his unmade film “Aryan Papers.”

Here’s the Only English-Yiddish Dictionary You Need

The Comprehensive English-Yiddish dictionary is a reliable guide to day’s Yiddish — including a number of neologisms. Want to know how to say “panic attack?” Or “speakerphone?” This is the dictionary for you.


Logan Lerman’s Journey From Percy Jackson to Philip Roth

Logan Lerman, star of the Percy Jackson films “The Lightning Thief,” “Sea of Monsters” and now the Philip Roth adaptation “Indignation” talks to the Forward about how Judaism has influenced his acting career.

Photographer Nan Goldin Dares You To Look

Controversial Jewish photographer Nan Goldin’s new exhibit at MOMA revisits her classic “Ballad of Sexual Dependency” and suggests some parallels with the author Elena Ferrante.

WATCH: Artist Celebrates Diversity By Taking Stunning Photos of Women Across the World

A Romanian photographer found a unique way to celebrate diversity and combat racism — by traveling around the world, taking gorgeous portraits of women along the way.

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